We offer English to German, Arabic to German translation services for all sectors and all types of document. Our team of experienced and highly qualified German translators and interpreters will help our clients to convey their message successfully to the German speaking audience.
- German to English and English to German Translation
- German to English and English to German Interpreters
- German to Arabic OR Arabic to German Translation
- German to Arabic OR Arabic to German Interpreters
German Legal Translations
We can provide legal and certified translations from and into German thanks to our international network of certified legal translators. Furthermore, we also specialize in providing the right solution for legalization of documents, both in the UAE and in Germany.
Legalization of documents
Please click here to find out about the legalization of documents issued in the UAE to be sent to Germany and vice versa.
Professional German Intepreters
Please click here to find out about how unique are our translation and German interpreting solutions for conferences, events and business meetings.
The German Language
German is one of the world’s major languages; it is estimated that there are some 100 million native German speakers on the planet. It is also the most widely spoken first language in the EU, which equates to some 13.3% of the population. A large part German vocabulary is derived from a branch of the Indo-European language family, while some words can be traced back to Greek, Latin, English and French. In addition to ‘Standard German’, there are also Austrian and Swiss variations, not to mention the various dialects that are to be found in various regions of all three countries. A Global reach survey, carried out in 2004, found that 6.9% of people accessing the Internet were German, while a 2002 listing of the languages used by websites noted that 7.7% of web pages in the European group were written in German. As far as the English speaking world is concerned, German is the third most taught foreign language, followed by French and Spanish. In terms of European languages, according to a 2004 survey, it is in second place, behind Russian and ahead of French and English, making it the most spoken first language in the EU.